On Wed, 28 Nov 2012, Waitman Gobble wrote:

It looks like Oregon Scientific has some cool weather station models with
USB connectivity, might work well with a FreeBSD system...

wunderground is definitely a great site however at least in my location the
temperature can be off as much as ten degrees, its almost like they are
reading from a station on top of the mountain, and I.m in the valley. Its
an issue of being on the coast I suppose, for example it could be 80
degrees inland but a ten mile drive and your down to 50 degrees.

Some of that may be due to the installation. In the sun, on the sheltered side of a building, that sort of thing.

I found some code to use an Arduino as a USB wireless receiver for inexpensive temperature/humidity sensors like the Meade TS34C. It requires some modification to a common wireless module. So far, I have not got it working.


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